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Jonathan Edwards — Volume 1

THE WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS


WITH A MEMOIR BY SERENO E. DWIGHT


REVISED AND CORRECTED BY EDWARD HICKMAN


VOLUME ONE


THE BANNER OF TRUTH TRUST


3 Murrayfield Road, Edinburgh EH12 6EL

PO Box 621, Carlisle, Pennsylvania 17013, USA

First published 1834

This edition published 1974 Reprinted 1976 Reprinted 1979 

Reprinted 1984 Reprinted 1987 Reprinted 1990 Reprinted 1992 Reprinted 1995

Printed and bound in Great Britain at “The Bath Press, Avon.”


ADVERTISEMENT


THE present Edition of the WORKS OF JONATHAN EDWARDS will be found more complete than any other previously submitted to the Public.

  • It contains all the matter included in the first collected American edition that which was published at Worcester, and is regarded in the United States as the only one entitled to confidence.
  • The various original extracts from the diary and papers of Edwards, first published in America, by his descendant Sereno E. Dwight, in the year 1830, are here incorporated.
  • Several smaller pieces, printed originally in a separate form, and not hitherto included in any collection of the Works, are here introduced.
  • The valuable notes of Dr. Williams have been added.
  • The whole has been carefully revised by collation of all the previous editions.

Bungay, January 1834.


Memoirs of Jonathan Edwards

Writings:

Freedom of the Will

Writings:

A Dissertation concerning the end for which God made the world.

Writings:

A Dissertation concerning the Nature of True Virtue.

The Great Christian Doctrine of Original Sin Defended; Evidences of its Truth Produced and Arguments to the Contrary Answered, Containing, in Particular, A Reply to the Objections of Dr. John Taylor, In His Book, Entitled, "The Scripture-Doctrine of Original Sin proposed to Free and Candid Examination, &c."

Writings:

Writings:

The Evidence given us, Relative to the Doctrine of Original Sin, in what the Scriptures reveal. Concerning the Redemption by Christ.

Containing Answers to Objections.

Showing what are Distinguishing Signs of Truly Gracious and Holy Affections. 

Writings:

A Faithful Narrative of the Surprising Work of God. In the Conversion of many Hundred Souls, in Northampton and the Neighbouring Towns and Villages of New Hampshire, in New England; in a Letter to the Rev. Colman of Boston.

Writings:

An humble inquiry into the rules of the Word of God, concerning the qualifications requisite to a complete standing and full communion in the visible Christian Church.

Writings:

A History of the Work of Redemption, containing the Outlines of a Body of Divinity, including a View of Church History, in a Method entirely New.

Period  2. A History of the Work of Redemption, containing the Outlines of a Body of Divinity, including a View of Church History, in a Method entirely New.

Five Discourses, on important Subjects nearly concerning the Great Affair of the Soul's Eternal Salvation.